MDCure By Aerotel - For Back Pain Relief

How DCcure is Applied

Here’s how DCCure is applied…

DCcure is applied for 32 minutes twice a day for 6 continuous weeks and then 2 to 3 times a week for ongoing maintenance. While some patients report feeling better in as little as 2 weeks, we recommend that you continue to apply DCcure for the full 6 week treatment period and then 2-3 times a week for ongoing maintenance to achieve long-lasting results.

Place the ergonomically designed treatment pad (either side up but not folded) over the area to be treated; it can be placed on and will work over light clothing so no direct skin contact is required. Once the treatment pad is positioned, secure it in place using the supplied fabric belt and connect it to the DCcure unit.

Slide the power switch on the side of the unit from OFF to ON. When you do, the display screen will light up and you will see “Low Back Treatment” on the display and the START > icon. Simply press the START > icon and a 32-minute therapy session will begin. At the conclusion of the therapy session, slide the power switch from ON to OFF. It’s that simple!

Contraindications: DCcure is used to treat acute and chronic muscular pain, including but not limited to the lower back. It should not be applied to / used by patients who have an implanted pacemaker or defibrillator, are pregnant, being treated for any form of cancer, to mask or relieve undiagnosed pain, by infants or children under the age of 18. DCcure should only be applied as directed by a health care professional or as described in the user’s manual. If symptoms persist, patients are urged to consult their health care professional. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call 911 immediately!

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